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Book of Bad Breaks

A wildly irreverent trip into your own mind is all this entire review can say about both the band and their album, [Book of Bad Breaks](http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000O5AYD4?ie=UTF8&tag=feminrevie-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B000O5AYD4). With driving rhythms and a smoky, erotic lead singer, Thee More Shallows has a sound unique to any I have ever experienced. In their song “Night at the Knight School,” you are taking on a strange head-trip only reminiscent of Pink Floyd. They also take the time out to include verbal riffs amongst the members so you actually feel like you are there at the recording session.

“Fly Paper,” a song aptly named for the feel you receive when you listen, is haunting and yet alive. You get swept into the sway of the downbeats with each squeal of their majestic guitar working. Thee More Shallows presents genre-defying music that is talented, majestic and ethereally addictive. I give this one a definite thumbs up and a must buy!!

Written by: Karen Morris, April 18th 2007

LOL. I'm sure Dee would love to hear that he is both "smoky" and "sexy."

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